10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ERGATOMORPHIC»
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Animal Behavior Desk Reference: A Dictionary of Animal ...
ergatandrous species See 2species: ergatandrous species. ♢ ergatogyne See
caste: ergatogyne. ♢ ergatomorphic See morphic: ergatomorphic. ♢
ergatomorphic male, ergatoid male See morph: ergatandromorph. ♢ ergonomic
stage See stage: ...
A Dictionary for Invertebrate Zoology:
[Gr. ergates, worker; gyne, female] (ARTHRO: Insecta) A form intermediate
between the worker and queen. ergatoid male see ergatomorphic male ergatoid
reproductive or ergatoid (ARTHRO: Online Dictionary of Invertebrate Zoology 345
I therefore inferred that this caste must be apterous and so highly ergatomorphic
as to be indistinguishable from the worker, as in certain genera of Ponerine ants (
Leptogenys sens, str., Fig. 2. a, Fore and hind wings of Leptomyrmex nigriventris
William Morton Wheeler, 1934
Porto Torres (SS), Isola Asinara, Cala Arena, 41°06`18" N, 8°19`11” Е: 1 worker,
15.V.2004, 7 workers and 2 ergatomorphic females, 01.VII.2004. Boroneddu (OR
), Sa Perda Longa, 40°07`03" N, 8°52'30” Е: 40 workers, l ergatomorphic female
Colony-founding among ants: with an account of some ...
Among the other species of Lobopelta we can recognize an interesting series of
increasing approximations to the completely ergatomorphic female of
Leptogenys sens. str. Distinctly ergatomorphic females are, of course, known to
exist as ...
William Morton Wheeler, 1933
The journal of experimental zoology
Similar conditions are also found in certain species of Cardiocondyla, e.g., in C.
batesi Forel var. nigra Forel, which has two forms of males, one winged and rare,
the other ergatomorphic and common, and C. stambuloffi and C. nuda Mayr var.
The males of Formicoxenus and some species of Hypoponera, Cardi- ocondyla,
and Technomyrmex are wingless and "ergatomorphic," convergent to the worker
of the species in overall body form (see Figures 12-17, 12-18). The modification ...
Nature Revealed: Selected Writings, 1949-2006
Male. Ordinarily possessing a generalized hymenopterous thorax and fully
developed, non- deciduous wings. Apterous in some parasitic species such as
the aberrant Cremalogaster (Aptero- crema) atitlanica Wheeler. 2. Ergatomorphic
Caste and Ecology in the Social Insects
The second exception is the European slave-making ant I Iarfuigoxenn.\
sublaevis, whose ergatomorphic (workerlike) re- productive females differ from
typical winged queens by what appears to be a single recessive allele (
George F. Oster, Edward O. Wilson, 1978
Ane's Encyclopedic Dictionary of General & Applied Entomology
They are usually larval in external form, and with a distinctively rounded head.
Also known as third form reproductive, tertiary reproductive and apterous
neoteinic. Ergatomorphic Male: An individual with normal male genitalia and a